The only complete copy of this show is shn ID 17183, the composite
assembled by Jack Warner which includes various lineage copies of
Ken Lee's and Dave Tamarkin's cassette recordings. (For the record,
the Lee recording was most likely made with two mics spread on the
balcony ledge into a sony tc-124 cassette deck, and not a sony tc-110
using an internal mic as noted. I say this because a) the recording
is very much in stereo, and b) this is what Lee himself said when
John Hance was working on his tapes).
Most of the material in disc three was upgraded with the addition
of shn ID 19922 which is from Marty Weinberg's master audience reel.
This source upgrades King Bee through the beginning of The Main Ten
and then cuts.
The material I've provided in this seed is the rest of what Marty
taped that night which I've never seen in circulation before. While
it has some glitches, the sound quality is superior to the circulating
version. Just listen to Caution on this seed and then check out the
version that you presently have in your collection.
Before I try to patch this material into the 17183/19922 composite,
I would like to hear from other listeners in regards to pitch. To
me this new source sounds correct and the Lee recording of the electric
portion seems to run fast. I welcome any input in this matter.
The raw 24 bit files of this portion are available to any capable soul
looking to work on this project. Without a sound board in the vault,
every byte counts!
pibb at optonline dot net
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